On June 16th, 1980, a 15-year-old Mishawaka High School student named Shelley Ann Werner left her Mishawaka, Indiana home to go to Wilt’s Food Center. Shelley waved goodbye to her mom, Kathleen, and hopped in her orange 1973 Volkswagen to drive the short two miles to the grocery store.
An hour passed and Shelley did not return home. Concerned, Kathleen phoned police. With no obvious evidence of foul play, Mishawaka Police labeled the call as a simple missing persons report. However, the following morning when Shelley had still not made contact, police changed the report to a possible abduction.
Police began their search for the missing teen by retracing the path Shelley would have taken to the store, beginning at the Werner home located at 110 Bercado Circle, to Wilt’s Food Center located in the 2800 block of Lincoln Way East. Once there, investigators learned that Shelley had made it to Wilt’s.
Shelley had arrived at the store at approximately 1:30pm. She purchased several food items, and then exited the store. She headed for her Volkswagen that was parked roughly 50 feet from the entrance of the store in the parking lot. However according to several witnesses, after Shelley got in her car, a man who had been lingering outside of the store quickly approached Shelley’s vehicle and got in the drivers seat, pushing Shelley to the passenger seat. They described Shelley as looking “surprised” during the incident.
The man was described as being approximately 16-18 years of age with medium length blonde hair, and a blonde mustache. He was estimated to be around 5’ 7”, and weighed around 130 pounds. Police released a sketch of the suspect and continued their search for Shelley.
Several hours later, Shelley’s car was discovered abandoned in the parking lot of a Park-N-Shop in nearby Osceola, Indiana. There were no signs of a struggle within the vehicle, however Shelley was no where to be found.
Ten days after Shelley went missing, less than ten miles away, two girls walking through a rural wooded area near South Bend, Indiana discovered the partially nude body of a young women in a ditch near the railroad tracks. The body was quickly identified as that of Shelley Werner, and confirmed using dental records.
Shelley was found approximately 200 feet north of Madison Road, about one mile West of U.S. 31. She had been shot twice at close range with a large caliber gun, once in the left side of the head and once in the body. Her time of death was estimate... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know this information doesn’t mean much, but it’s technically a leak/rumor with a somewhat credible source.
David Jaffe mentioned on his recent stream that he has two sources saying Days Gone 2 was previously in development at Bend, and they had moved to the Decima engine, the same engine running Horizon Forbidden West and Death Stranding.
“That game was in development. They spent a lot of time moving from I think Unreal to the uhh.. Is it called Deca? The Deca Engine? And it was all done with Days Gone 2 as why they were doing it.”
Source: https://youtu.be/4Cn2xpFm_lA Starts at 1:31:00